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edharris

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  1. edharris's post in How to Show Brands in Search Results was marked as the answer   
    Since you're focusing on trying to increase SEO and search visibility for flute brand queries, I'd suggest the following:
    Create a page for each brand you want to rank for, and optimize all the usual places for SEO - make sure the SEO title, description, page title, etc all include "[BRAND NAME] Flutes".
    Then at the top of the page, include a short chunk of keyword-optimized text introducing what makes that brand unique, what kind of flutes they offer, what kind of player they might be best suited for ... (I'm not a flute expert!)
    Then below that introductory brand-specific copy, add a Summary block, pulling from the product collection, and filtered using the brand tag just only display that brand.
    Then make sure that the default system tag archive pages are set to SEO noindex in the settings.
    These custom pages with some introductory text are much more likely to rank than the system-built tag archive.
    Hope this helps!
    Ed
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  2. edharris's post in Sitemap - Google error: "Please enter a valid path to a sitemap in your site." was marked as the answer   
    This is the sitemap URL to add in the Google Search Console settings: https://www.easy-eiv.de/sitemap.xml - that should work without an error, since the sitemap is populated and publicly visible.
    Also looks like Google has already indexed three URLs on the site (see screenshot below).
    Hope that helps!

     
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    Support with website optimization and finding a digital marketing strategy that works.
    Latest resource: Website Audit Checklist for 2021 [Template and 15-Step Guide]
  3. edharris's post in Sitemap - Google error: "Please enter a valid path to a sitemap in your site." was marked as the answer   
    This is the sitemap URL to add in the Google Search Console settings: https://www.easy-eiv.de/sitemap.xml - that should work without an error, since the sitemap is populated and publicly visible.
    Also looks like Google has already indexed three URLs on the site (see screenshot below).
    Hope that helps!

     
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    Blue Hills Digital
    Support with website optimization and finding a digital marketing strategy that works.
    Latest resource: Website Audit Checklist for 2021 [Template and 15-Step Guide]
  4. edharris's post in Adwords conversion tracking was marked as the answer   
    Hi @DCaamano - what user actions are you trying to record as conversions? If you can get those actions (I'm guessing demo request form submissions?) set up as Goals in Google Analytics, then your Google Ad account should automatically start recording those once you link the two accounts up.
    Happy to provide more support with the configuration if you need it - just msg me and I can provide more info.
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